On Sun, Jan 10, 2010 at 01:20:55PM +0100, Bjoern Ricks wrote:
> SyncEvolution is well integrated into the gnome world (e.g. using eds as
Well, I tried it a couple of days ago, and I would not call it "well
integrated", at least not at the application level. AFAICT, it is a CLI
application right now, which you have to trigger manually. There is a
GUI called genesis-sync, but it is not integrated with evolution or
anything else either.
And I am not sure about mobiles/bluetooth - what I saw so far looked
like syncevolution was more targetted at sycning with Syncml servers
So while the framework might be more GNOMEish and better accesible, I
think the user-facing part has not been adressed yet.
Disclaimer, I have not actually used syncevolution to sync anything yet,
just tried to get rolling.